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Political Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 April 1904
Political INotes. [23r A PRODADLF, OAiNDIDATB.] POLITICS to day are arresting the attention of ever; person who displays an interest in the welfare of the.country.> Locally w.e are bristling with political aspirants. One is, impatiently awaiting the oelogies of a requieition, while another has declined to associate with the say-as-you-please-£300 a-year-gas-bags.. ' Rumour (which is ofttimes credited with extraordinarites) has spread the repoit that one of our. town's.. most proaiinent citizens has contracted aalitht attack o .the politi cal fever, and thaV, despite thoe." political" attention of Mr.:Tbds.? Ro s, Mr. Toomey,' and others, the malady is developing into sometling serious.. Courd we-not send a man intolthe field on the " pessi.Iistio" platform,? , Give him plenty of room on the platftr n,asa small audience, and the customary poodle dog, and if the people believe what he says he might iblossom into a full-blown politician ; if they do not he will come out oured of the...
The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER XIV.—CONTINUED. CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 April 1904
The Storyteller. ýe otu e o'0' t1 e `tle g Side. OHAPTER XIV.-CorrNxduo. OHAPTER XV. . Tell her,' he said at last, ' that lie sha!l never, Heaven w illing, suffer a moment's ,sorrow on my accounit, againr!' Mary Golloway bowed'her head. ' But tell her also '-and again his voice was so low that she had to take another step forward to catch his words-' that if she will only let me see he-r face now, and for a, few moments each 'day while she stays .here,. at a .window, I won't try to see more of h, r---I won't even speak to her. Only let roe see her- faice' Unconsciously, in the passion which pos sessed him, in the earnestness of his pleading his voice had risen from a weak whisper * until he spoke audibly enough, in a 'deep voice that came straight from the heart and -and-thrilled Mary Galloway through and through. ... " As he litteredtho last wordst and then re. Speated them slowly'-' Only let mein see: her ,face'-ho heard the sound of the l'attiee, window above him opening slowly o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 April 1904
Gig aitic il hn Sage PRIOR TO THE EXTENSION OF THEIR PREMISES, r, vvvw 'vww v 'w - V 'v v wv~ vq ?P-w-?' P'P*'F 'F?@ Y'WV'"V V 'VV V " w 'w"V ?V q "FVV WILL HOLD A MONSTER 25 PER "CENT. DISCOUNT SALE Commnencing Saturday, 26th March, 1904.. 25 per cent. off DRAPERY, BOOTS & SHOES, all newest Stock to select front No Job Lots. Every Article Marked in Plain. Figures. 10 per cent. off GROCERY & Ironmongery, excluding Sugay, Wire, Salt, Timber, Iron and Produce. 25 per cent. off Zebelmnes All marked in Plain Figures Tailor M 2a REMEMBER, Ihis is The S LE OF SALES r cent.. offvas Voiles iei g All marked in Plain Figures. Ta Made Suts. EVERYTHING "?EDUOED to almost OOST PRICE,111. 25 per cent. off Fla e Tweeds All marked in Plain Figures The Largest and Best Stock in Towa to Select from and Now is your time to secure Bargains from our New and 25 per cent cff Poplins All marked in Plain Figures afurther order to arrive. Al a We 1 - Selected St-ock of 301,?.1"A .,gI:'," 25 p...
Open Column. MR. O'SULLIVANS RETITEMENT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 April 1904
poen Column. I'R. O'SULLLVAN R *flLtEdP. Ta THE EDLTOR. Smr,-As some very unfair a etemet ts oon ceruing my. retireawnt from the Queen. heyau electorate havnt apps ar, d in the press, C would feel obliged if you would allow mo to ixplain the matter. The old Queanbeyat eieotora'e has been ro cut up that it is now virtually a new one. rbree of my o!4. strongholds have been cut out, and about 6(10 hostile votes from Yass (male and ftmele) have boon put on. In addirton to that about two-tuirds of thaa 13raidwood El clotate have been added. I ,1o not complain of that, because there is an alfinity beLween the Btaidwood and Quoan beyan districts. I do objrot, however, to the t300 hostile votes from Yass, and to the cutting off of my thrre strongholds. It therefore appeared to me that, jridgitg by the alterations made by the Electoral Com. missioner the old electorate of Quean; b yau had been converted iato a hostile tne for me. If the Yass addition had not been made I never would have thou...
W. C. T. U. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 April 1904
W. O T, U. ar it spooial meeting of tI-c above held at lhe Parsonlage on last Thursday afternoon to .ake vrrangements regarding the visi- of *[rs. Wilson (Superinttendant of the Sooial Purity Deparlment of the IW.C.T.U,), it was tkcided that on Thursday afternoon next at I n,.m. acoutfereno of womrnn to discuss how o make thie bet use of the vote would be olid in the Protestant Hnll'; on the same tight, in the Church of England Sunday 4ehool, a meuetiig of youtng women would be tddresstid by Mrs. \Vilsou ; and on Friday .fteroon, at 3p m., in thbe Potestant Hall meeting would he held for married women onuly) when toe sulij'.ot of address would be Social Purity.-Advt.
Death in the Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 April 1904
Death in ueo ilospital. EARLY this morning the death took place in the Queanbeyan,~.Hospital.. of Mr." Haro'd Mlurty, son of Mr. Dunald Murty, of Hall. The eoroumstances surrounding the com plaint which was the cause of death are of a very curious nature, and may be what vill bring light to the existence of a new li ease. 7t appears that the drceased,'who was a public school teaoher in the (Gundagai district, came home to' spend .his Eabter holidays, and while residing at his father's tome near Hall took ill.. At, first deceased .ompllained of a severe pain in the head, liich. afterwards spread throghout tle body, partially paralysing the whole of the ,ystem. The patieut ishowing nto improve neat Fv's cn last' Tuesday morning admitted to the Hospital, where he remaiuet under the tedlca: cute of Dr. Blackall till this morning. Deceased was a strongl healthy lad and ieveuteen years of agcy, and was never afflicted with any pre.ioun, illnees.. Probably the nause of death.is attributabl...
HOW MEN HAVE MISSED MAKING FOR TUNES. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 April 1904
HOW MEN HAVE .MIlIrED MAKING FOR TUNES. r IT is astounding how many men may every. r whine be found who are discontented-who feel instinctively that they were born for better t things ; who in some way, they scarce know t how, have allowed life's golden opportunitles to pass then by, failing to achieve what they be. Slieve might have been, theirs. No one can point to any definite defect in them, yet they f have failed. Why have they failed. I • To the export observer the caume is very ob. Svioun. Success is achieved only by energy and energy is what they Iick. Now energy, whether of the' hand or the head is improved by food. A starved man can Snoiter dig the ground properly nor think out a matter clea iy. 1 -is a man, therefore, in order to bcr,me en t ergetic, merely to be supplied with good ýd ford ? No ; unfortunately the case is teat so simple as-that' The food that he. eats must do its work properly ; mus, make rich, pure blo)d, Sand repair thewaste whice is continually taking ...
Our Boys in Sydney. EASTER TOUR. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 April 1904
Our Boys in Sydney. EASTER TOUR. [CO.MUNICATED.] A TEAM of eleven boys, chosen by Mr. J. 8. O'Hara from those credited with exemplary conduct, to tour Sydney for ten days for education and pleasure and to play three cricket matches in Sydney under the charge of Mr. McA'ister of Wiudellima have just returned after enjoying a pleasant and suc cessful tour, having won two matches out of three and visited the great Sydney Exhi bition where they were treated with much consideration by those in charge of the various representatives, especially by those in charge of the Grenfell Exhibit which won the championship for district collections. The T. & C. Journal and Evening Neows de partments were next visited, special atten tion being again extended for the boys' education by the kind offleers in charge of the various departments. The Sobrason Government training ship for boys provided a highly interesting sight, and enlighteded the visitors as to Government responsibility in protecti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 April 1904
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Garden and Field Calendar for April, 19[?]4. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 April 1904
Garden anti Field Caloenlar for April, 1904. (B: A. Lanldowne, oSeedhmxa, Gordburn.) We have not, received a great share of. the copious rains that have fallon elsewhere, and operations have.-been retarded; still where possible break up the land, thAmore roughly the better, and prepare it for immediate cropping as soon as rain comes. Cultivation in dry weather is always beneficial. Deep cultivation and proper manuring will always repay trouble and cost. Sow in drills and manuro them withsaitable fertilizers. Try some crop,;as rape, for, a green manure -the e?teot is inmavollous. G.iod rains are likely, cold at times, and some frosts and fogs, and agood deal of warm, thundery weather is likely. KITOHEN GARDEN.-Sow8as soon as possible potato. and tree onions and esohalots, also all kinds of seed onions.; Too many d-fer plan tin; till itis difllcult to obtain sets.'. Some turnips may yet be sown, also spinaoh leeks, cabbage (of sorts), broad beans, herbs radish, ettucn, etc. o IELD.--S...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 April 1904
;Cricket. -0 ON. Saturday last on the gcual.wicket a team ohosen .rom the Burra and Molonglon" olubs played against the local club, restilting in a win: for the visitors by 83 runs. Boyd's score of 30. was the only- one. worthy of mention for. the local team,-- while for the vi itors Rivingtoo made 67, and J. J. Moore 209 FLilowing are the.individual soores :- QUEANBEYAN Mooreb W. Kennedy ............ .... 7 Oadden c and b W.. Kennedy ......... 0 Dunlop b RKennedy ..... ............... 1 Boyd o Kennedy b McDonald ............ 30 Hungerford. Boller ...........,..... 1 Hincksmna. b R. Kennedy ............ 5 Harrison o McoDonald b-J. Moore ........ 3 MoPherson b MoDonald .............. 4 F. Jbffriestnot'out, r......,... ............ 1 farrisonb KMoDonald'................ 0 Williams b fcDouald :.................. 0 Sujtaddles ;-(....:............. :. .... . 2 * Total : .... .. 51 W. R. G. Rivington lbw b Boyd ..... 67 S. Kelly b Boyd -.......... ......... 1 J. J. Moore c A. Moore b B:in...
PRESBYTERIAN— [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 April 1904
PESBBYTERIAN Que nbeyan-Fellowshlp Association 10 a.m. Quealboyan-11 a.m. Communion Service at oloso,. Canberra-8 p'm. Gundaroo-7.80 p.m. Tuesday, 20th, MaJura, Sir W Mc?ntsoh's Wednesday, Lanyon Thursday, Quelnheyan Friday, Yarralumla REV Wx MICHAEL SMITH, MIin:sterin.Charge
How to Treat Cuts and Buras. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 April 1904
llow to Treat Cuts and Buirns. WuHEN the outer skin has been broken or removed by a fall, a blo v, or some other form of violent friotion; giving rise to pain, discoloration, or inflmed swelling, the first step is to.wash away every particle of dirt from the injury. Arreit bleeding by pressure round about, and then apply Zam Buk direct with the hand, or with the aid of a piece of clean lint. For burns, annoint geontly with Z'.m-Buk and cover up at once with clean linen rags or cotton wool, so as to exclude all the air. A fresh application of Z'tm-Buk upon e piece of lint subsquoently will hasten the healing of the sore. But wounds, lanerated wounds, punctured wonnds, poisoned wounds, and gun.shot wounds, maybe treated by Zam-Bak, with equal effect.. ZammBuk combines the advan tages of a soother a healer, and an antiseptic ; and being free from rancid animal fats and mineral poison, can he used itlh perfect confidence and safety. It is also most easily absorbed by the skin. Yoei may ...
Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 April 1904
1pitcme of News. A boy named Andrew Ronan was burned to earth in a fire at Red-hill, South Anrtralia on Saturday. There is now a large proportion of ewes in the State, and a phenomenal lambing is ex pected this year, During 10 years the agricultural area has been increased from 1,509,404 acres, 1,561,079 acres being devoted to wheat crops. An outbreak of smallpox bas occourred among the Russians in camp at Liao-yang. It is said that 100 fresh cases occur daily. Referring to General Booth's colonisation scheme the Victorian Premier says, "We are well able ourselves to place people on the land, We do not want Mr. Booth's help at all.", A patient at the Coast Hospital, named Robert Webb, has been found to be suffering from plague. He was employed as a store man in Sussex.street, where he is believed to have become infected. At the Central Court yesterday, William Goode Johnson (51), hosier and Charles Higgs 1(46), draper, were committed for trialon a charge of having uttered and dis. p...
METHODIST— [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 April 1904
METHODIST . Queanbeyan-11 a.m. And 7,30 p.m., Rev. W. Stewart, Parkwood-2.30 p.m., Mr. 0, W. Southwell. Wattle Park--I a.m., Mr. a. Southwell 7 p.m, Mr. Samuel Southwell. WoodBold-8 p m., Rev. W, Stewart. REV. W. STEWAR 1, Mlnlltor.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 April 1904
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Mr. Millard's Campaign. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 April 1904
Mr. Millard's Campaign. LAST night in the Protestant Hall Mr. Millard delivered a political address to a packed house. Throughout the course of the address, lasting an hour, attention and ap plause were the order, and each remark as it fell from the lips of the speaker apparently met with almost the unanimous approval of the audience. After being briefly intro duced by the Mayor, who presided, Mr. Millard rose amidst prolonged ap. plause; he said if the hearty manner in which be had been received on that occasion, as on the last,could be calculated as an index to the support he is to receive at the ballot box he had every cause to be satisfied. Both he and Rose were before the people for selection as their candidate tq contest the Queanbeya: electorate in the forthcoming campaign and if Mr. Hose was considered the better man of the two, then he asked that their support be given Mr. Rlose. Since the geographical features of the electorate had been altered the name of Mr. Rose has bee...
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1904. A Local Candidate. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 April 1904
,WITH WHICH ARE INOORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Cautain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, APRIL 19, .1904. A Local Candidate. AM?NG the local supporters of the present Government and the Labor Party there is a growing feeling that the name of a local candidate should be put forward for romina. tion to contest the Queanbeyan electorate in the interests of one of those parties in the forthcoming.political struggle. The sym pathisers of the movement recognise the fact that the views of the Ministry and those of the Labour Party are, so to speak collateral and there is evident dissension among the Aranks of those opposed to the reform move ment as to the more advisable step to take to nominate a candidate in the exclusive in terests of labour, or to nominate a candidate who is in sympathy with the present. Gov ernment. The position is indeed a very difficult one to explain, antd the present Ministry is apparently- 'lying between the devil. and the deep sea. In orier to f...